BSJ Match Report: Revolution 1, Chicago 1 — Not being clinical, but Revs get needed road point

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All you need to know about the Revolution’s 1-1 draw with Chicago Saturday night, complete with BSJ quickie analysis and insight.


Revs salvage a draw with a late Teal Bunbury equalizer: New England had a solid bit of the ball in the second half — a series of set pieces that went for naught almost right out of the intermission really showing how — but found itself down 1-nil as former German international Bastian Schweinsteiger belted home a 17-yarder that would have cracked a brick wall. That 63rd-minute goal came against the run of play. Nineteen minutes later, the Revs pulled level as Diego Fagundez had a bit of heads-up play on a high bouncing ball in the box that Fire goalkeeper Richard Sanchez flubbed. Fagundez got his boot on it and centered it to Teal Bunbury, who pounded the ball into the net for his ninth goal of the season, which matches his season high.

Schweinsteiger's goal:

New England just not clinical: The Revs had 18 shots, six on target, but only one attempt finished. With that many bites at the apple,